Felix Jaehn
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Felix Jaehn
Felix Jaehn
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Felix Jaehn at Airbeat One Festival 2015
Background information
Felix Kurt Jähn
Born (1994-08-28) 28 August 1994 (age 25)
Hamburg, Germany
  • DJ
  • record producer

Felix Kurt Jähn (born 28 August 1994), known professionally as Felix Jaehn, is a German DJ and record producer specialising in tropical house.[1] Jaehn was born in Hamburg and raised in Schönberg, near Wismar in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. He took violin lessons at age of 5 and began his DJ career at 16. Jaehn lived in London for a year, where he attended a Point Blank Music College at the age of 17.[2][3] Afterwards he briefly studied Business Administration at Humboldt-University in Berlin.[4]



In August 2013 he released his debut single "Sommer am Meer".[5] In November 2014 he released the single "Shine".[6] In March 2015 he released the single "Dance with Me".[7] In April 2015, he released a remix of Rufus and Chaka Khan classic "Ain't Nobody" retitled "Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better)" featuring the vocals of Jasmine Thompson (based on an earlier charting version of the song by Thompson). The remix was an international pan-European hit topping the German Singles Chart. He is now signed to Universal Music.[3] In July 2015 he released the single "Eagle Eyes".[8] In 2017, he collaborated with Mike Williams to release the single "Feel Good" through Spinnin' Records.[9]

He is arguably best known for remixing Jamaican singer Omi song "Cheerleader". The single was an international hit for him topping the charts in Germany, Austria, Belgium (Flanders and Wallonia), Canada, Mexico, Denmark, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. It was also a very popular wedding dance[10] song in the United States.

In 2018 NOTD and Jaehn release the single "So Close", with a music video starring Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover girl Camille Kostek.[11][12]


In 2015, Jaehn launched Eff, a music duo project made up of German singer Mark Forster (real name Mark Cwiertnia, born 11 January 1984) as vocalist and Jaehn as DJ and producer. The two met in an event in Vienna in 2015. Eff is a reference to Felix and Forster. Their first and only single as Eff was "Stimme" that has topped the German Singles Chart for three consecutive weeks, also charting in Austria and Switzerland.

Personal life

Jaehn came out as bisexual in an interview for Die Zeit in February 2018. In the interview, he told Die Zeit "sometimes I was more interested in girls, sometimes more interested in boys."[13][14]


Studio Albums
  • I (2018)


  1. ^ "Like it or Not, Kygo's Tropical House is the Sound of the Summer".
  2. ^ Popsprite.com: Hamburgs neuer Stern Felix Jähn[permanent dead link](in German)
  3. ^ a b "Student Success: March 2015 - Felix Jähn, Anna Kay and R3WIRE". Point Blank London. 16 April 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  4. ^ Keller, Maren; Leppin, Jonas (2014-06-27). "Der Glücksbringer". Kulturspiegel. Retrieved .
  5. ^ ""Sommer am Meer - EP" von Felix Jaehn in iTunes". iTunes.
  6. ^ ""Shine (feat. Freddy Verano & Linying) - Single" von Felix Jaehn in iTunes". iTunes.
  7. ^ ""Dance With Me (feat. Thallie Ann Seenyen) - Single" von Felix Jaehn in iTunes". iTunes.
  8. ^ ""Eagle Eyes (feat. Lost Frequencies & Linying) - Single" von Felix Jaehn auf Apple Music". iTunes. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "Sich einfach mal gut fühlen: Felix Jaehn und Mike Williams helfen Dir dabei!". bigFM (in German). 2017-08-04. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "DJ Kamayo Entertainment - The Best Wedding DJs in Ventura County". DJ Kamayo Entertainment - The Best Wedding DJs in Ventura County. Retrieved .
  11. ^ "NOTD & Felix Jaehn Enlist 'Sports Illustrated' Cover Girl Camille Kostek For 'So Close' Video: Premiere". Billboard. Retrieved .
  12. ^ Camille Kostek (2019-06-26), Camille Kostek x So Close Music Video, retrieved
  13. ^ Dallach, Christoph (2018-02-22). "Felix Jaehn: "Ich träume davon, den Menschen zu finden, mit dem ich mein Leben teilen möchte"". Die Zeit (in German). Retrieved .
  14. ^ "Innerer Konflikt: Felix Jaehn bestätigt Bisexualität". bigFM (in German). 2018-02-23. Retrieved .

External links

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